Tag Archives: Katie Ganshert

Review: Life After by Katie Ganshert

Life After was absolutely compelling! I loved the way the author opened up the story with the prologue. It gave the reader a peek into the events of the fateful day involving the fictional event that the story was woven … Continue reading

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Review – To Have and to Hold: Three Autumn Love Stories by Betsy St. Amant, Becky Wade, & Katie Ganshert

To Have and to Hold was such an enjoyable, romantic novella collection.Each of these three stories are independent of each other. They do have a couple of things in common. In each story, the season is fall and the heroine … Continue reading

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Review – Amish Christmas at North Star: Four Stories of Love and Family

by Katie Ganshert, Amanda Flower, Cindy Woodsmall, Mindy Starns Clark, and Emily Clark Amish Christmas at North Star was such a fun collection of novellas. I loved the way all four stories were tied together and introduced in the prologue. … Continue reading

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Review – The Perfect Arrangement: An October Wedding Story by Katie Ganshert

This novella was just downright fun! Told in first person, the reader sees the world through Amelia’s eyes. I really liked Amelia and was amused by the situation she found herself in. But, what I loved about this novella was … Continue reading

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Review: An October Bride by Katie Ganshert

I really enjoyed reading An October Bride. It is told in first person, which worked very well for this story. Everything the reader experiences is from Emma Tate’s perspective. Emma’s life is about to change in a big way. Her … Continue reading

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Review: A Broken Kind of Beautiful by Katie Ganshert

Modeling sensation Ivy Clark is what the world considers a success. She is beautiful on the outside, but there are serious hurts dwelling inside of her. They make her feel useless, worthless, empty and unlovable. Davis Knight is a strong … Continue reading

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